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Jirix-Mie Paz is an institution in the Arizona heavy music community. Having played in Goya, Gay Kiss, Burnout, Get Destroyed, Humiliation, and more, he is a musician of unquestionable pedigree. He is equally as qualified behind-the-scenes, running Paz House Recording, one of the most reputable studios in Arizona, particularly when

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Photos: Eduardo Cruz (except where noted) One of the things I get to do in my job is go to fests. I go to a lot of fests. Usually at least 8 to 10 in a year. Punk fests, death fests, doom fests you name it. This August, I found

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Another year of desert debauchery is upon us! Heshers, rave dorks, art school dropouts and punx will make their pilgrimage to Tucson, Arizona for another instalment of HOCO Fest. Like any fest with mixed bill mania, it can be hard to narrow down what bands you want to see in

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The clout gods smiled down on AZ recently as they delivered the social event of the year to the distraught and depraved residents of  Tucson and Phoenix. Let’s face it, Instagram culture has forced promoters to incorporate more diversity into their lineups and obviously the shows featured in this photo

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God lives in Tucson, Arizona. I know that may come as a shock to some of you but it’s true. On some days you’ll find him face down in a ditch with a forty in both hands, others you’ll see him cramming a Sonoran dog down his divine throat at

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Photos & Text by Eduardo Cruz/IG: specialeddie_98 Texas punk-influenced death metal trio Mammoth Grinder live in Tucson, AZ, and are on their latest tour in support of their new album Cosmic Crypt. Also performing alongside them is Arizona’s own Sonoran Desert death metallers Gatecreeper. The two bands without a doubt set the place on

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